A collaboration between Jordan Brand and Nike that blends the Air Jordan 1 and the SB line will be among upcoming Air Jordan releases 2019. This collaboration makes sense considering that the Air Jordan 1 has been a favorite amongst skateboarders, despite being a basketball sneaker. It is also no secret that the Chicago Bulls vs. the Los Angeles Lakers, which this colorway draws inspiration from, was nothing short of historic.
When the 2016–17 NBA season had begun, expectations had been unpresuming. Now that twenty-six games have passed, the Chicago Bulls are currently averaging at 13-13 and this Sunday afternoon, the team returned to basics. Apparently, the Bulls are going through “training camp” of sorts. This past Friday, the Bulls suffered their third consecutive loss, this time against the Milwaukee Bucks. Fred Hoiberg, the head coach for the Bulls, felt that it was time that his team had the season’s best practice yet. Even though the Bulls have been struggling, Jordan Brand will always regard them as Michael Jordan’s former team, and have yet again drawn inspiration from them. Continue reading The Air Jordan 31 Is Once Again Drawing Inspiration From The Chicago Bulls
Earlier this week, Instagram user @koljachu had shared photos of an Air Jordan 31 that appeared to be inspired by the Chicago Bulls “Home” uniforms. However, it turns out that it might be one of two Air Jordan 31 iterations that Jordan Brand has designed for Croatia men’s national basketball team and it may not join 2016’s general Air Jordan releases. Less than two weeks remain until the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics officially begins and Croatia seems to be among the several teams that are very likely to win medal. Croatia has a fighting chance to ace the preliminary stage and make it to the Gold Medal Game. Continue reading These Air Jordan 31 Colorways Are Apparently For The Croatian National Basketball Team
Jordan Brand is not exclusively focused on producing basketball shoes. In the past, they have transformed specific models from their signature numbered series into baseball cleats. Not so long ago, they even introduced the NikeCourt Zoom Vapor Air Jordan 3 in collaboration with tennis legend, Roger Federer. Considering that golf is another favorite sport / pastime of Michael Jordan after basketball and baseball, it is not surprising that Jordan Brand have taken an interest in dropping their own golf cleats. This time around, they have utilized the Air Jordan 9 as the base for these two new golf cleats. Continue reading Jordan Brand Has Transformed The Air Jordan 9 Into Two Different Golf Cleats
By the end of March when Instagram user @realchickenwop has posted the very first photos of this sneaker, it became obvious that the Air Jordan 17+ would not just be returning in the “Copper” iteration. Of course, the Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” has already made its comeback this past weekend on April 9th and it retailed at a price of $250. However, this other colorway of Jordan Brand’s seventeenth model will not be hitting the shelves until the end of next month. Whenever a sneaker like this sports a “Bred” color scheme, it becomes obvious that it is in some way inspired by the Chicago Bulls. Continue reading After The Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” This Bulls-Inspired Iteration Will Release In May
The gradual arrival of summer is that the only reason that 2016 keeps on getting hotter and hotter, and those within the sneaker community can likely feel the heat. It was back in 2002 when the Air Jordan 17 had been introduced and the model has received the retro treatment just once. Back in 2008 when Jordan Brand had dropped the Countdown Pack Collezione #4, it had included both the Air Jordan 6 “Carmine” and the Air Jordan 17 “Black/Metallic Silver.” Jordanheads likely already know about the Air Jordan 17+’s return, but it turns out that the Jumpman have whipped up another colorway of the seventeenth Air Jordan model. Continue reading The Returning Air Jordan 17+ Will Also Arrive In This Chicago Bulls-Inspired Colorway